Concierge Level at Disneyland Paradise Pier Hotel
Can anybody explain what is included when you pay for the Concierge level at Paradise Pier Hotel? I.e. What are the benefits in detail?
From Cori Meck
Posted December 28, 2010 at 10:12 PM
Can anybody explain what is included when you pay for the Concierge level at Paradise Pier Hotel? I.e. What kind of breakfasts are included (i.e. hot or continental), and how healthy is it? Also, what is included with the "wine and cheese". Is it worth paying the extra money? Are there any other benefits to buying Concierge level?
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My husband and I have stayed here several times and when the price is right we love it! For breakfast you get a pretty good selection of cold items such as fresh fruit, cereal, pastries, juices, coffee, enough to have a decent start for the day. At lunchtime, it's a bit lighter, peanut jelly sandwiches, chips, soda, water, juice boxes and fruit. Dinner is all you can drink beer and wine, and each night a different hot appetizer, along with cheese and cracker tray, vegi tray, fruit tray, dessert tray. During the day we'd stop by for water and snacks for our backpacks to take to the park or our room. Plus you can check out free movies for your room. Hotel rooms tend to be nicer. At night they leave a Mickey rice crispy treat for each person in your room. We've stayed at this level at the Grand California also, but like the service better at the PP. We save money on food in the park when we stay at this level as we only eat one meal in the park and eat enough for breakfast and dinner at the concierge lounge.
From Cori Meck
Posted January 3, 2011 at 7:48 PM
I noticed the prices of the hotel and concierge level vary quite a bit. It seems that the prices are cheapest when they offer their 35% off deals...
Not sure about concierege, but Paradise Pier, in my opinion, is very underrated resort. Good rooms, pretty good prices for a Disney resort, and the breakfast is really good!
Not sure how it works now with the refurb of the hotels. It used to be that at the Disneyland Hotel you had access to the top floor of the Dream tower with the snacking, drinking options. Plus they would open the windows/doors for the fireworks with sound piped in. I don't think this is still true with the refurb. The extra money is not always worth it. You need to check out the amenities on the web site to see if it is worth the upgrade. I have never stayed at PP but it looks like a great hotel.
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